The Algona Upper Des Moines from Algona, Iowa on January 6, 1897 · Page 1
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Sattonai fctiard Dodge, Da«fliters Kiitcrtaln, i+ Loo lldn Mttg whllhe^Haraby could A Wesley Waft's, SUil LOBB— ft dag. (I T j^ lent 'the following wedfttilaay for the Maaonle deietirtttlon! Mr, rid rythin e haven't^ We want more of your tide in groceries. We have what' you , and we want you to have it. M. Z. Grove & Son. The national guard 6ffl6ertf ttbn ot Jowa, meets r, at FoM Jan. 18, and prep-af ationB - are being made to entertain the greatest number of officers , that ever attended one of- these meetings. - The association goes to Port Dodge in response to an in« vitation issued last winter and elaborate preparations are being made to enter* tain the visitors, A reception will be given at the armory oil the. evening of the meeting. Refreshments will be served by the King's Daughters ahd the Oleson orchestra will furnish the music, The list of papers ibr the meet" lag will be especially complete and instructive, and is as follows! tfhe Captain's Annual Koutlne-~0apfc. 3, W. Clarke, Bed Oak. Mrs, 1<VM, Taytor, 1 ma, M?. and Mm Ate*. White ...d tin, Hardy Buell, 0,0, Petti ftevV Laiidid, Guy ,J£&yto?i, toi&eeti Nellie Taylor, Minnie files VfJJM* Shadte, Bancroft seat, & delegation, OnaUlBi UUUUIU1U oouvi, " ««.-»«-.--and everybody had a royal good tittle Rev, Laiidia* address is pronounced by eryotte tb have been exceptionally t's call and see what we have in the lifts of 102 E. State St. FHCONB 19. & CO. . , Local Support~-0apt. H «-«t«i, O. Penlck, Reciprocal Duties of Headquarters and ' Uarles Oltv. ar- g&od, and the banquet was in Hurt's own style, whloh m^ttttsthobest style, FEBBOflAL MOVEMENTS. , Call is getting over his at' CARRY A FULL 1 LINE OF IvGClPrOUttl JL/UU10O U* J.AVMW4***** v «. Llne~<W F. B. Rozlene, 1 Charles 01 Hasty Entrenchment in Mooem fare-Col. H. H/Canfleld. Soone Map Making and Heading—Major H. J, Martin, Fort Dodge.\ _.,„..,,,„ w , 0 i,i The Surgeon's Responsibility In Field .Work-Major W. S. H. Matthews, Des M Sug«estl6ns for Duties for Lieutenant, Colonel' and Major-Major W. G. Dows, Cedar Hapids. _ ~. Field Maneuvers—Major S. E. Clapp, TO TKLe°Advantages of a Practice March- Col. C. B. Foster, Sioux City. of Should Always Consult HIS Mr, Lallier of Wesley Is out Bx>otsand er, Window Shades, Hats, Caps, Gloves, Mittens; Under- Lte" Furnishings, and in fact everything to be .•..."." _ — -— » ffrf in a first- fClikO A Ul ixia*i** 1 S 1 -'> «•»*»- *•- * , %.-... .> , Ire. Our? prices are the ; lowest rWE WILL NOT BE ISOLD,; G. L. Galbraith & Co. pocket for not confiding in his wife. He filed an information in Obed Robinson's court charging J. C, Eennesey, a young man who boards with Mr, Lallier, with larceny. The particular items claimed.to have been stolen were a-pair of pants, vest and other wearing apparel. Deputy Sheriff Cosgrove spent all day Sunday-looking for his prisoner in vain. Monday, however, he turned up In Wesley and. was promptly placed in custody, the trial was had the same evening, when it was learned from Mr. Lalller's own testimony that Mrs. Lallier had loaned the clothing to Mr. Hennesey and tbat he had simply been on a holiday vacation. The Reporter notes that the judge very properly taxed the costs to Mr. Lallier. Fred Gilbert 18 Still ShootlriR. The Spirit Lake Beacon says Fred. Gilbert's Chicago record is not the end of his career: Fred is not through shooting by upwards of a long shot. He won more prizes last year'than any man in the country' ever tack of fever at Des Motnes', #. W, Dingley wont to Mankato, MiHh., M6ttday ott a lahd deal. W. L. Joslyn went to Des Moiaes for a visit with Judge Garr last Week. Mt<s. Oapt, Foster 'enjoyed a visit /rom her father one day last week, ( Mrs, ri, fi> Warren spent toe holidays in' Whitewater, Wis.- She will be home in a few days'. • , , Mrs, Alon&> D, 'dia'rke of Oresoo returned Monday from a two weeks' visit in Whitewater, Wls. ( Miss McColm, who visited at Gardner Cowles', returned to her 'home in Fort Dodge Thursday. ' Olof Johnson came down from Esther* ville last week for a visit. He is still in the mason business there. C. F. Calkins has been visiting in town the past week. He has been in Missouri and the south all summer and a M!l88 Lulu Clarke does 'not return to school the coming term. Geo. Patterson also will not go back to Mlnneap- An endless variety of decorated kncy pieces* 1 Langdon O •• "Vfa do repairing ol all kinds'. Iron and t reshlns outfits repaired prolnptiy. we ai Bull pinion for Case power, and horse po Threshin Bull pinion for Case ,. Shop east Of Rutherford House. nd brass ijastlhfe' aid Joile e are here to stay. Mall orde other oer m captured in a single season, 'and he is just as sure to repeat great shooting feats as he is sure to live. ' Don't worry about Fred Gilbert. His eye Is keen, his nerve Is steady and his sand is all right. He goes to San Antonio tO'take a hand in a great tournemenj; in about two weeks, and from there he goes to Hot Springs for a shoot of a week or so. In Hard l-ucfc All Around. Fred. . Dolliver,, who lives near El . more, and who was indicted at Algona a week ago, was in Buffalo Center last Monday looking for a horse stolen 5 from his barn. The horpe-was- a light 'bay* with star in" 'forehea'd and wire scratched on lefMilna leg. The thief also' took a safldle, bridle' and halter. The* Trlburie'j says: A big' reward is palfr by the' state for the' arrest and coriviotion' of '"horse" thieves, so keep eye open for this fellow* W1U Close on 1 Sunday. Hereafter aili stores and business houses jp Bancroft will close on Sunday. T.fce Register says;-' A committee beaded' by G-. W. Smith has waited' pn' the merchants to' g'et thefr signatures tp a'n agreement tp i that effect, ' am nearly all > expressed • ' themselves in sympathy with the 1 movement,, demanding .only -that the' new* order of things 'he* made to apply to one and ail alike. ^_ .......... . oils. Gov. Drake and his staff .win attend the Inaugural exercises at Washington. Col. CoOke has not yet decided whether he will go or not/ , Mrs. F. W. Dingley and' Miss Nannie Frazer went to Britt Monday for a visit With Mrs. A. J. Roblson and to attend a social reception, Mrs. Thos. F.' Cooke and Miss Bertha Hancock entertained a number of ladies at cards Saturday afternoon in honor of Miss Pitman, who visits this week. Will. Purvis.is now studying In a Chicago night school and is working days in a studio, where he already finds profitable employment. He will return to Algona next summer. Dr. Keneflck is back from - his six .months' study in 'New York and Iowa City He says he has had exceptional opportunities and has enjoyed them. He also enjoys getting back to'Algona. S. B. Reed returned' to Des ,Moines Saturday. He and a gentleman named Cook are in the creamery supply .business there, and he is on,the ,road> most of the -time. He says dairying is oo the gain in the south- part of the state. Mrs. J. J. Wilson/returned Wednes- HAS A BIG TUMBLE Now Is a good time to buy, while It Is cheap. It may be.hlgher. CLARKE & OOHENOUR, >i<(i j; t i,. ATTORNEY^- AT LAW:" Office over First National fcanlt, Algona, la. E. H. CLARKE,, ,. ATTORNEY AT pAWi Collection agent. H. L. KI at th"e NortWesierA depot, handles all kinds of hard and soft coal at prices that are as Cheap aa anybody's. Also dealer In i Grain, Feed, At the Northwestern elevator. Orders for coal and feed can be left at Walker Bros.' All goods delivered. Come and see me. DANSON & LAW. , LOANS. Collection's'a sp'eofatfy. Office in'Gardner SULLIVAN A ATTORNEYS AT LAW, Office In Hoacte-Ferguson bl jelc/ 4 t ^ E. V. ATT ON BY AT Algona, Iowa, H. V. HAGGARD, G. V. PEEK rs. . . day,from Arena,* Wi's,, where sb'e was called by'.the* death of her brother, Ei R.,-BoveV aged- ,7* years'. , Mrs, Wilson's father; now 97 years old, lived with' him; Her r father is still hale and hearty.' , ',. ','„' , ,, .. , < . Dr. Sheetz wasfp Freeportj Ill.,.yes< -tefday ^o - attend' the funeral.,of bij ' 01 -" 4 " " v " *'-* Sheetz,,,who,,died a resident! brother", Cyrus aged 75 years. **-v .,«»,—-—. ,- T r^--- of Freeporfc 1 since 1844, and was one of the beat-known men in that parti of Illinois. ' ' , W'm. Tennant Qf Hartley visited'hie brother last week, He was on ,his way from Wisc6n8ip',,wliere,hff went. to at- jjend' the,funeral pj ttjeir-father; who • AWIW i wEpt aBl'e, tp go, -being Jaid up with 'rheumatism, At present he is rri'J - ..„_„.. v..,fV. f>iQot.Yianf. with fl. , •taking a vapor'bfttb treatment with a ' Haggard & Peek, [Successors to Jones & Smlth.1 Abstracts, Real •j •• \ Collections, ALGONA, IOWA, 1 - f " V J. 0. RAYMOND. RAYMOND & RAYMOND, ATTORNEYS' AT, LA •t, -V I.I. S '- f> ' '-' Algona, ^owa, t/< ,, Operations performed, Pisease treated. Spectacles'fitted. I38TWU1 be' at Afcona FREDERICK M, CURTIS^, 'ATTORNEY 'AV'L'A} Office over Kossu'ttt County Stafe Banfc, Algona,<Wwa\ ,F.- L/TRIBONV'M"; PHYSICIAN Office and residence - A Oood YflB* tfor One' Tanner. ' south' > of Corwith 'is .j^. wintering ovep 300 head' of oalves and young stock;. The Tribupe' . figures eopreetly that be will make a fortune out of them. , ..., foi» violations • of the prohibitory -' statutes,- lai'd ftnes aijd oostg ' amoiwfcing<>to' ! 'f^!5 • each' i>p.'on -thye^ Spencer o 1 ' Tbjaj j - ' Qfflce and. r0aMepqe oyey ^Doxsee ,& .Foster^ &£ ifll©4>-< eaough to' ™ »•' • _..''.'' "' "••»».<"'• • wvc *i3pfiii' r "FW fr'V'iTA^rr .'°.r~ r .-* i™" . wvi^Twi****'-" ''••«B^«S^8aff fl11 *' 1 ** Qu^s^-Wifthfi^'oi -attmnjef 'oottMtym iM^pyyMigy .iPWr^ v OR SBW^a'tov^^B^QkeB .^* a '•^gflo48'oapr^p,wftyr';;T £v v. .-.?•/

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